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the pension obligations. >> not sandy know, vallejo, a compton, a stockton or any of their city. they are failing. john: i hear there is more civil society? volunteers working in the animal shelter, park maintenance, a neighborhood watch is starting to blossom? >> bay plant their city back. they take it themselves. so the private solution is always better. john: that is where you go when the government spends of the many. next we take this problem and see what it does to the whole state. it is not pretty and. john: california is paradise for government workers. her person texas has more but california pays better and gives out such a generous retirement benefits that california will probably go broke. 50 year-old retirees were promised they could collect forever until they died then their spouse collects. dan mitchell studies state pension problems with the cato institute and kevin james is running to be mayor. how bad is it? people want to be responsible i think. >> i am not sure. politicians want to be reelected and state government workers want to get as much as they can befo
assessment of the ethics involved it is that in in so doing when the congressman to be sandy hook massacre. >> breaking news. >> is shooting at a school. >> long before i was born. >> twenty children. >> children. >> children targeted. >> my grandfather used to this old smith and wesson here. >> beautiful between the ages of five engineers old. >> for as long as i can remember my father always had this rifle real handy. >> he came in. we were told that least three weapons. >> multiple weapons. lou: catch your breath yet? we ask the white house for comment. we have not heard back. wonder still whether there will repudiate such activities on behalf of the president's initiative on gun-control. a new fox pulls says light on whether the president's gun-control initiative and executive action might result in effective policy. an overwhelming 71 percent said no. people still find ways. 22 percent said tougher laws could help. remarkable margin. joining me now, to discuss the president's gun-control initiative, the issues on capitol hill. a former assistant to president george w. bush, republ
on the lower east side. sandy, excuse me. she lives on the lower east side. why don't you go home first. this thing is overblown. you were the lower east side. you were killed by the storm. >> i got killed. this is nothing. again media overexaggerating. >> always our fault. >> hope the weather is good when we leave here. melissa: all right. first up. now that we got that out of the way, i'm sure these new pants one up the jeggings. wrangler offering very first moisture rising jeans to prevent your legs from dehydrating, normal dehydrating effect of denim. who doesn't need these? they go for $113 billion u.s. dollars. they come in three finishes. aloe vera, smooth legs. that is disgusting. >> have jeans on. messa: are they moisture rising? >> no, they are not. when do you need jeans to moisture rise your legs? this is new to me. melissa: i don't know. i see a lot of problems with this. for example, if they're moisture ring and sit on the couch will they get whatever the nastiness all over the furniture? that is my concern. i'm very type-a. my house is immaculate. once you wash them are t
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